SUBMISSION GUIDELINE FOR EAWOP CONGRESS 2023
As has been the case at recent Congresses, presentations at EAWOP 2023 are necessarily limited in number by the time available as well as the number
of parallel sessions that are desirable. We have therefore sought to develop ideas for new modes of presenting to make the conference more accessible
but also more participative and exciting. We are also seeking to support developments that raise the contribution of our profession.
EAWOP is strongly in favour of the principles of Open Science and thus it is expected that every opportunity to network and share should be taken.
For example, the audience for posters or papers should have easy access to presenter contact details and the slides/materials used or discussed.
One way to achieve this is to use a web source for slides and further information such as recent papers or papers-in-preparation. This can be easily done using a printed or projected QR-code (there are many websites offering to help with QR code generation).
EAWOP Topic Areas
You will be asked to identify which of the 19 EAWOP topic areas that you feel your submission best fits. Given that our profession covers so many diverse areas, the list that you can choose from is necessarily quite long and you may not completely agree with its contents. Nonetheless, please do your best
to make an appropriate selection as it helps us all a great deal when (a) we allocate reviewers and (b) when attendees at congress are searching for presentations that best suit their interests.
You will also be asked to provide up to three keywords for each submission to support searches for relevant content and to identify the most relevant audience – Academics, Practitioners, or both.
UN Sustainable Development Goals (2015)
The United Nations Member States has adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for all nations to work toward. The goals that appear to be most relevant to WOP and which EAWOP wishes to promote at congress are:
• No poverty
• Good health and wellbeing
• Quality education
• Gender equality
• Decent work and economic growth
• Reduced inequalities
• Responsible consumption and production
• Peace, justice, and strong institutions
• Partnerships for the goals
We are asking submitters, if possible, to identify how their work contributes to the SDGs where that is the case.
Types of Submission
There are some new approaches to presentation suggested for EAWOP 2023. Please take time to look through the full set of possible presentations before deciding on your own target/s for submissions.
1. The language of submissions and presentation is English (UK English preferred).
2. The first author of an Abstract is considered to be the presenter of this contribution at the EAWOP congress.
As first author, each person may submit a maximum of three submissions. If you are both the convenor, co-convenor
or discussant of Symposium/Forum and also a presenting author this only counts as one submission.
3. We strongly encourage submissions with multiple perspectives such as Academic + Practitioner or Practitioner
+ Client and we also encourage submissions with international collaborators.
4. To aid anonymised reviewing please ensure there is no identifying information in your abstract.
5. We may offer you a different category for your submission if recommended by reviewers
6. You or your named presenter MUST present IN-PERSON.
7. You or your named presenter MUST be registered to attend by 31st March 2023, or the submission may be withdrawn
from the programme. Presenters must register with an appropriate 3-day congress package.
8. Authors must disclose any commercial associations that might pose a conflict of interest in connection
with the submitted article/presentation.
When you submit, the system will request a range of information that is important to the organising committee for various operational purposes, and these are required fields.
When submitting, we strongly encourage you to volunteer as a Reviewer.
As you can imagine, the more reviewers we have and the broader their expertise, the faster and more effective the Reviewing process should be.
We would expect that reviews will be completed online within a four-week window.
If you experience any challenges that cannot be dealt with by reading the Submissions FAQ section, please email email@example.com
Where appropriate, your submission will be considered for Best Paper or Best Poster recognition. Reviewers will be asked to make recommendations and a team will further evaluate papers and posters during the event itself. There will be separate awards for each category of submission.
When completing the online submission, you will be able to enter up to three keywords that will help attendees at the congress search for sessions that are particularly relevant to their own interests.
You will also be asked to identify which topic area your submission best fits from a drop-down list. There are 19 such topics and examples of what would sit within each of these topics are set out in the table below. This information will be of considerable value to the reviewing process. As previously stated, we appreciate that many submissions have broad reference and thus fit many topic areas, but we ask you to make an informed judgement of up to two topics that represent the most appropriate categories. Remember that you can also make use of the three Keywords to clarify further what else your submission covers.
PLEASE SEE LIST OF THE TOPICS BELOW
You can download the submission guidelines here